(Mar 23/12) Ive been studying in the silent study area (downstairs) over the past semester and the lights keep turning on and off at apparently random intervals. It becomes very distracting.
Library response: When the Health Sciences Library was renovated, every attempt was made to make it as "green" as possible. As a result, most lights were put on motion or light sensors. We put the study carrels by the windows to give you natural light. Sunshine coming in those windows, especially in the afternoon, is what is causing the lights to turn on and off. Unfortunately, there is nothing we can do about this on days when the sunlight alters in intensity intermittently. Sorry! (Mar 23/12)
Answered by: Liz Bayley (Director, Health Sciences Library)
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